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Attorneys in Anchorage for your Accident

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The Seinfeld episode where Kramer is burned by coffee.  Jim Carry as an attorney in “Liar, Liar.”  Attorneys get a bad rap in public.  That is, until you need one.  When you suffer a genuine neck injury and need that brace or spinal fusion surgery, obtaining competent counsel is no joke.  When your family member is killed due to the negligent acts of doctor, the legal process to follow is no spoof.  When your car rides off the side of the road due to the negligence of someone who failed to properly remove snow and ice, Layers In Anchorage Ak become a sobering relationship and not the butt of a movie’s snark.

In real life, whether it be from car accidents, slip-and-falls, trip-and-falls, motorcycle accidents, train accidents, aircraft accidents, police brutality, defamation and others that cause you injury, retaining Lawyers In Anchorage Ak is vital to make sure you recover the compensation you are entitled to.  

Alaska’s “statute of limitations” applies to all of the above and, in most cases, requires a personal injury lawsuit to be started not later than 2 years from the date the incident occurred or, at times, two years from when you “discover” the injury.  Importantly, if you miss this deadline, it is likely that your case will be dismissed and you will never be able to collect monetary compensation for devastating injuries you might otherwise have been able to obtain.  A lawyer will not miss this deadline.

To comply with this deadline, your attorney (on your behalf) will file a “complaint” which is the document listing general and specific facts about how the defendant acted wrongfully and why such wrongful behavior should result in an award of damages on your behalf,

Next, the complaint is delivered to the defendant, triggering a deadline by which he must answer the complaint, something typically done by denying the allegations you made and likely alleging “counterclaims” to support an argument that the defendant—and not you—are owed monies.

Subsequently, the parties being “discovery” during which, over a fairly long duration, documents and information are exchanged between the plaintiff and defendant, through the attorneys.  After papers are exchanged, a deposition will occur, where each party is asked questions by the other parties’ attorneys.

If the case is not settled beforehand, a trial will take place, where, as you may see on television or in the movies, the parties and attorneys explain their cases, through witnesses and evidence, to a judge and/or jury.  Each party attempts to convince the jury that he should prevail.

Without retaining Lawyers In Anchorage Ak, there are many rules and regulations that can be missed, many of which could torpedo your case in different ways.  As such, make sure you hire a competent attorney no that such devastation happens to you..